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Using 40 Years Of Experience To Defend Clients From Drug Charges

The Law Office of E.G. Morris offers reputable, knowledgeable representation for Texas residents accused of narcotics crimes. For over four decades, we have helped our clients navigate through frightening drug-related criminal charges and often emerge with their reputations, careers and futures intact. Working closely with you, we can help you regain control of your life.

Our lawyers know how to navigate Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) investigations. Our firm handles numerous charges involving controlled substances, including:

  • Possession
  • Distribution
  • Manufacturing
  • Trafficking
  • Prescription fraud

We can often obtain reduced charges, acquittals, alternative sentencing and mitigated criminal penalties for clients charged with crimes involving:

  • Cocaine
  • Methamphetamines
  • Prescription drugs
  • Designer drugs
  • Heroin

Experience Defending Against State And Federal Charges

The Law Office of E.G. Morris represents clients in both state and federal court. To accept a federal drug case, an attorney needs a license to practice in federal court. Our founding attorney, E.G. Morris, not only has this license, but is also a seasoned veteran of federal court trials. As a result, our firm can capably defend you against charges at the federal and state level.

We Will Work To Uphold Your Rights

We can help make sure that law enforcement and prosecutors did not violate your rights. There are certain procedures that police officers and DEA agents must follow when investigating a case, gathering evidence, making an arrest or interrogating a suspect. If they violate these procedures, then any evidence they gathered as a result may be inadmissible.

Regain Control Of Your Future. Work With An Attorney.

The Law Office of E.G. Morris can help you take control of your life again. Contact our firm in Austin to discuss the investigation or charges against you. Call 512-893-6121 or send an email.